|Directed by||Michael Sarne|
|Produced by||Michael Laughlin|
|Written by||Michael Sarne|
|Edited by||Norman Wanstall|
|Running time||108 minutes|
|Box office||$1,250,000 (US/ Canada rentals)|
Joanna, an art student in London, has a romantic fling with her teacher, Hendrik Casson, an aspiring painter. She eventually leaves him for Dominic, who is quite poor, while her gold-digging friend Beryl takes up with the very wealthy Lord Sanderson.
They travel to Sanderson's second home in Morocco, where he reveals that he has a terminal illness. Sanderson sponsors an exhibit of Hendrik's paintings, while Dominic breaks it off with Joanna because she refuses to stop seeing other men.
Beryl's brother Gordon becomes the next lover of Joanna and impregnates her. In debt to criminals, Gordon is beaten by them, then takes revenge by killing one. He is convicted of murder and sent to prison, leaving Joanna alone with her unborn child.
- Geneviève Waïte - Joanna
- Christian Doermer - Hendrik Casson
- Calvin Lockhart - Gordon
- Donald Sutherland - Lord Peter Sanderson
- Glenna Forster-Jones - Beryl
- David Scheur - Dominic Endersley
- Marda Vanne - Granny
- Geoffrey Morris - The Father
- Michelle Cook - Margot
- Manning Wilson - Inspector
- Clifton Jones - Black Detective
- Dan Caulfield - White Detective
- Michael Chow - Lefty
- Anthony Ainley - Bruce
- Jane Bradbury - Angela
- Fiona Lewis - Miranda De Hyde
- Solomon, Aubrey. Twentieth Century Fox: A Corporate and Financial History (The Scarecrow Filmmakers Series). Lanham, Maryland: Scarecrow Press, 1989. ISBN 978-0-8108-4244-1. p256
- Solomon p 231. "Big Rental Films of 1969", Variety, 7 January 1970 p 15
- "Festival de Cannes: Joanna". festival-cannes.com. Retrieved 2009-04-04.
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